Before I had the strokes I was about doing as much as I could as often as I could.
After I had the strokes I STILL wanted to be able to do it all.
But with one working arm, the wheelchair and the unholy love of coffee to deal with, I just knew I couldn’t.
It was so hard.
My mind still wanted to go fast, but my body just couldn’t keep up.
I learned a valuable lesson in letting go of control.
There were limits to what I could do.
Putting the right people in place got the same jobs done. But got them done better. Let their genius shine.
And WHAT a glory it is to see!
It also let my brain go at the speed it wanted.
It has been incredible to see.
I’m over at Babble today : Apple PI: Parenting a Math Genius